It’s hard to believe that we first found out about this game back in 2016 and only now we have some clean footage of the game at last!
Clean footage of Sega Sonic Bros has been posted online, directly taken from a new modified version of MAME.
The footage showcases a few new things which we didn’t know previously. When the game reaches level 30, a new SegaSonic Bro enters the game, a white/silver Sonic!
Another new discovery is that at level 40 the music changes to the Blue Spheres theme from Sonic 3, this predates that game by over 2 years! You can check that out in the second video at around 22 seconds.
I’m being told that the individual who compiled this version of MAME goes by the name of GerbilSoft, so send your thanks to them!
An episode 24 years in the making! But not really. Join Alex, GX and Jason as they talk about Yo-Kai Watch and Street Fighter 5 in “Stuff talk”. We also talk about the long lost SegaSonicBros arcade prototype, the Sonic movie coming in 2018 and why are Sonic comics facing such huge delays. All this, a comedy segment with GX and Reef from Spindash and more! Continue reading Sonic Talk 36: Super Talk Bros
The details regarding the mysterious SegaSonic Bros continue to leak out like an old dripping tap. Thanks to more information provided by and some fine detective work by the Sonic community, we now have a lot more details regarding the game and how it plays. Continue reading Even More SegaSonic Bros Details Revealed
Original Story: If this is a hoax, well done. If not… Oh my!
An unreleased, unknown Sonic game entitled ‘SegaSonic Bros’ has been found and a single photo shared online, now you might be thinking ‘anyone could have done this’ that’s right, however, when that someone is the same guy who recently found and dumped the SegaSonic Popcorn maker game, odds are it’s the real deal.
No footage has been released yet, but we’ll be keeping a VERY close eye on this one.
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